physics
posted by Anonymous .
35 amps of current goes through a 40 amp fuse. What happens?
25 amps of current goes through a 15 amp fuse. What happens?
Think about what a fuse is used for. Why would you put a fuse in a circuit?
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Science
What are fuses and why do they come in different sizes? 
math: and i really need help
You plug a microwave into a 20ampere (amp) electrical circuit. The microwave use up to 12.5 amps. At most, how many amps are availible for other appliances? 
Physics
Three Coulombs of charge flow through a wire in 150 ms. If the current ceases to flow (goes to zero Amps) for the following 850 ms, what is the average current over this onesecond period? 
Physics
Three Coulombs of charge flow through a wire in 150 ms. If the current ceases to flow (goes to zero Amps) for the following 850 ms, what is the average current over this onesecond period? 
Physics
Three Coulombs of charge flow through a wire in 150 ms. If the current ceases to flow (goes to zero Amps) for the following 850 ms, what is the average current over this onesecond period? 
physics
A 10 amp fuse is connected in series to 4 identical 5 ohm resistors in parallel with each other. What is the maximum size battery that could be connected without blowing the fuse? 
physics
Calculate the power of a device that requires 1.98 mA at 25.5 V. I know how to do the problem. i am just confused on how to convert megaAmps(which is mA right? 
Math
Amperes (abbreviated amp) measure the strength of electric current. An ohm is the unit of electrical resistance. In an electric circuit, the current varies inversely as the resistance. If the current is 24 amps when the resistance … 
Physics
A circuit is composed of a capacitor C=2 μF, two resistors both with resistance R=11 Ohm, an inductor L=4.00e2 H, a switch S, and a battery V=5 V. The internal resistance of the battery can be ignored . Reminder: The "L=x.xxenn … 
Physics
A circuit is composed of a capacitor C= 3 micro F, two resistors both with resistance 69 Ohm, an inductor 6.00e2 H, a switch , and a battery 25 V. The internal resistance of the battery can be ignored . Reminder: The " L=x.xxenn H" …